Katherine Kavanaugh is currently a faculty memeber of the Art Education, MA graduate program. In her studio practice, she constructs site-specific outdoor and indoor installations which sometimes incorporate video.
Recently, she collaborated with poet Jennifer Wallace on a series of artist books using letterpress, drawings and etchings that incorporate collage. Additionally, she worked with composer David Smooke to construct a site-specific water and sound piece for accompanying musicians.
Katherine grew up in Northern Minnesota and has lived in Louisiana and Virginia. She currently lives in Baltimore.
Solo exhibition at Stevenson University, Baltimore, MD
Bi-annual sculpture competition at the Evergreen House of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Site-specific installation at Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel, MD
Art Museum of the Americas, Organization of American States, Washington, DC
Hemicycle Gallery at the Corcoran Museum of Art in Washington, DC
Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College, Towson, MD
Her work has been shown internationally in Germany, France, and Japan.
Three Maryland State Arts Council Grants
Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation Creative Fellow
Finalist for the Virginia Commission for the Arts
Individual Artist Fellowship Award for Sculpture
Virginia Center for Creative Arts
Hambidge Center, Ragdale
Internationally in Ireland, Germany and France